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Author Topic: Prostitution should not be a crime.  (Read 1174 times)

Offline Pussydoc

Corbin. Said today in daily mail. Prostitution shoul d not be a crime , what should be done by the government is every profile on Aw should be made to register with HMRC  if not kick off or do like other countries do  block it , enough large company's  robin uk of tax  is McDonald's. Facebook and a few more. ,,, I pay my tax why not  them.


Online maxxblue

Corbin. Said today in daily mail. Prostitution shoul d not be a crime , what should be done by the government is every profile on Aw should be made to register with HMRC  if not kick off or do like other countries do  block it , enough large company's  robin uk of tax  is McDonald's. Facebook and a few more. ,,, I pay my tax why not  them.

It isn't.  :hi:

Offline Pussydoc

I know , as its legal the they should pay taxes every single one that was my point, CORBYN  is really badly informed some parts of prostitution are a crime especially for the guys

Offline Nagilum

I know , as its legal the they should pay taxes every single one that was my point, CORBYN  is really badly informed some parts of prostitution are a crime especially for the guys

Taxation would mean an increase in prices, careful what you wish for.

Offline Marmalade

Corbyn might be a twat but I don't think he's quite that ignorant.  :hi:

Taxation would mean an increase in prices, careful what you wish for.

Yes some people really don't think, and should not be encouraging price rises on here !

Same with weed and coke, these people who never get arrested for doing it want it legalised but don't realise the financial implications of legalising stuff !

Offline Nagilum

Yes some people really don't think, and should not be encouraging price rises on here !

Same with weed and coke, these people who never get arrested for doing it want it legalised but don't realise the financial implications of legalising stuff !

+1

is there a way I could agree more!

Offline Marmalade

Most folk don't get the difference between legalising and decriminalising. As far as I can see, the first means making it subject to certain laws and the second means removing any criminal offence associated with it.

Offline Marmalade

For instance, homosexuality in this country was decriminalised. The only country I know of that comes to mind that has decriminalised prostitution is New Zealand. Many countries have legalised it. Most anti-abolitionists favour decriminalisation, which seems to be the best.

Offline Ben4454


Basically for a lot of politicians criminalising punters is an easy target to score cheap points in parliament.
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Being a 100% cash business the tax returns from wg's will all show earnings of £10k a year, I'd guarantee you that.

Offline Pussydoc

They could pay taxes and still have good  money , bareing  in mind a lot of girls claim benefits and   Still  escort  , they can't earn without us , we can't fiddle tax why should they do ,

Offline RedKettle

Taxation would mean an increase in prices, careful what you wish for.

Would it?  I think the prices they charge are based on supply and demand not their costs.  They are helped by it being an imperfect market with a lack of proper information - which UKP really helps with.

If all legal and taxed that would impact the market in many ways and one might be to increase the supply as more girls feel able to take up the job.


Offline smiths

Corbin. Said today in daily mail. Prostitution shoul d not be a crime , what should be done by the government is every profile on Aw should be made to register with HMRC  if not kick off or do like other countries do  block it , enough large company's  robin uk of tax  is McDonald's. Facebook and a few more. ,,, I pay my tax why not  them.

All very simple for me, I pay my taxes and they go towards employing tax collectors and its their job to collect tax owed, they should be doing this with everyone including WGs and pimps, and just to confirm HMRC WILL take tax from a pimp even though the pimp is breaking the law, they might get nicked at any time though of course.

I wonder how much tax A/W pays and where it pays it, it must make a lot of money.

Online Jimmyredcab

This "crusade" to get pro$$ies paying tax is futile, what about the thousands of EE girls who come and go.

The only way girls will get caught is if someone "informs" on them and that leads to an investigation by HMRC, they would have the power to search property records and bank accounts.

Adultwork will never be forced to hand over details, it's not going to happen.

Offline mh

A TED talk from an English WG. Very well said.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=VJRBx0JjM_M

Now, does anyone know her profile?  :cool:

Offline overdone

I'll offer my services to do the girls fucks - I mean books  :lol:, you never know what you might get back

Offline Marmalade

A TED talk from an English WG. Very well said.
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=VJRBx0JjM_M120
Fucking heartbreaking! And all credit to her for a brilliantly delivered talk.  :hi:

I hope some people in the House of Commons see it.

(A rather enthusiastic round of applause at the end I noticed, even for a TED talk.)

Offline G.Raff

Corbyn is trying to wiggle out of a difficult situation as he is a declared Feminist but also advocates to legalise prostitution and making sex workers safer.
The Feminist movement is alarmed, they see prostitution as a form of abuse by men towards women  :manhater: (funny how they don't think that a woman is perfectly capable of deciding for herself what she wants to do with her own body  :wackogirl: ) so they will put pressure on Corbyn, so he will probably advocate to criminalise the consumption of sex which will mean that the punters will be the target.
« Last Edit: March 05, 2016, 09:05:45 PM by G.Raff »

Offline Marmalade

Corbyn is trying to wiggle out of a difficult situation as he is a declared Feminist but also advocates to legalise prostitution and making sex workers safer.
Watch the video that mh has posted. Prostitutes are opposed to legalisation and pro-decriminalisation (she explains why). Corbyn, as far as I understand, favours decriminalisation.

Online Jimmyredcab


The Feminist movement is alarmed, they see prostitution as a form of abuse by men towards women 

I have always struggled to understand that point of view.

Suppose a pro$$ie charges £120 an hour and sees two clients a day Monday to Friday, she has cleared £1200 tax free.

How is she being "abused" ----- am I missing something.  :unknown:

Offline Gonzo Vegetable

There's an article on today's New Statesman website, by a radical feminist, with the title"A modest proposal for making the sex industry safer. Make punters get a license"
It  actually sounds very reasonable until the end. If I understand it correctly, it's just a license to ask an escort for penetrative sex for money.  And you have to pay the escort her fee, whether or not you have sex. So it's not really clear to me what you are really paying her for.( You might as well ask a non sex worker for sex because if she says "no" you've haven't lost out. )
OK, it's intended to eliminate economic pressure to do the job. But I just wonder if the author of the article has had a  cleaner or a babysitter, and offered to pay her the money whether or not she consented to do the job. I don't know about anyone else, but economic pressure is the only reason I do my job.
It would be fairer if the same license system applied to marriage. Then there would be a level playing field.  If when proposing marriage men had to guarantee the equivalent of a divorce settlement if his intended said "no." (That would soon put a stop to rich old men getting trophy brides and penetrating them. )
Anyway it seems like it's only really penetrative sex that the article objects to so I suppose there's always the option of a greasy tit fuck.
 

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Offline Gonzo Vegetable

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Offline ramrodronnie

A TED talk from an English WG. Very well said.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=VJRBx0JjM_M

Now, does anyone know her profile?  :cool:


Thanks for sharing this mh. IMO that speech was excellent! and made total sense. I think that all politicians in the UK should watch this video. As the WG who made this speech IMO was talking real sensible stuff.
To me the New Zealand model was the most common sense model.
Everyone needs to watch this speech. Brilliant!
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